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Dedication 4 

Faciolty 12 

Activities 17 

Seniors 33 

Underclassmen 51 

Elementary 61 

Advertisements 73 



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foreword 



As the time for graduation draws near, we, the Seniors 
of 1964, think back over our school days. We now know 
that these have been some of the best days of our lives. 
As we go forth into the world to make a place of our own, 
we realize that we will rely upon the teachings and help 
of our parents and teachers. 

We will never forget the wonderful hours we have 
spent here at Grantham. Our purpose in this, the 1964 
GRANNA WAYNE, is to picture some of the scenes that 
become an important part of the life at Grantham High. 




1964 



^rcinnciwciyne 

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^or your k&lp and con^idercition, we honor you, 



'W.i^^ *^utA (Gardner 



Interested, impartial, sympathetic, capable— t h e s e 
are among the qualities of MISS RUTH GARNER, our 
guidance counselor. We first knew her as a teacher and 
as a friend. For the past two years we have been 
privileged to go to her with all our problems and needs, 
finding her ever willing to help us strive to develop the 
best that is within us. Her sincerity and perception inspire 
self-confidence and determination in those who seek her 
advice. We, the seniors, feel very fortunate in having 
her with us, and are most happy to dedicate to her the 
1964 GRANNAWAYNE. 

Thank you, Miss Gardner. 





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Mr. Watson, who directed our band for several years, 
was a very kind and generous man. He was a friend to all 
who knew him. He wanted everyone to be happy and he 
created this atmosphere at each practice session. In 



^or tkeir wilUnofn&AA to A&rvfe, 
w& remember tke^el 

^^aul i^eon ^licir& 

On September 18, we met a friendly, energetic, 

happy little boy who came, of his own choosing, to try 

out for mascot. Leon, cheerful and alert, seemed to think 

of us as his friends. His infectioi:is smile won the vote of 

our class. How deeply moved we were when we heard 

the news of his drowning on October 24! Many of us, 

along with his family, will always cherish the memory 

of this gay little life who, we feel, was chosen by God. 

"God moves in a Mysterious way, 

His wonders to perform; 
He plants his footsteps in the sea. 
And rides upon the storm." 

"Light Shinning Out of Darkness" 
By William Cowper 

rememberance of Mr. Watson, we the Senior Class of 
1963-64, would like to express our personal gratitude to 
a man who contributed much of his time to help Gran- 
tham begin a band. 



^or ycur Zl nter&^t and Understanding we recognize you, 

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He strived to improve our science department and 
enabled Grantham to futherits students' knowledge of the 
modern sciences. He was a good friend to all and was 
interested in each of us. He was fair to everyone and 
appreciated the efforts of his students. Even though he is 



teaching in another school now, each of us will always 
remember his kindness and willingness to help. In this, 
our yearbook, we, the seniors are happy to say, thank you, 
Mr. Thomas, for being a good all-round teacher. 




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MISS RUTH GARDNER 
Guidance Counselor 



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Agriculture I Class 




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• ♦ . and guin&d Irom tkeir knowledge! 





Grantham activities include our clubs, ball teams, bus 
drivers, marshals, and Mr. and Miss Grantham. 



emotivities 



Qualifications for our Mr. and Miss 
Grantham 

A. Requirements 

1. A V e ra g e of 85 on subjects and 
citizenship 

2. Active member of at least one 
club 

3. Active p a r t i c i p a n t in extra- 
curricular activities 

4. Officer of a club or a class 

B, Selection 

1. Nominees by Sophomores, 
Juniors, and Seniors 

2. Approval by faculty committee 

3. Final voting by secret ballot 



^r. and "^U^ 

ANNA DEAN BEST 
GERALD HOLLAMON 



LINDA KORNEGAY-Chief 
LINDA BRITT 
LaMURIEL GRADY 
FRANCES EDWARDS 
ANN BEST 



Anna Dean Best, President; Frances Edwards, Vice-Presi- 
dent; LaMuriel Grady, Secretary and Treasurer; Linda 
Kornegay, Reporter. STANDING, Pamila Longo, Ann 

Leaving for Beta Convention 




Howell, Linda Britt, Donna Grady, Jimmy Cox, Mrs. 
Eupha Pulley, Sponsor. 




THE BETA CLUB PLEDGE 
I solemnly declare that I shall always strive to hold fast 
to the principles of honesty, to endeavor constantly to 
maintain a creditable record, to cultivate in my life and 
conduct the principles of service and leadership. I further 
pledge myself to cooperate with the members of the 
National Beta Club in the promotion of a sense of 
individual responsibility to our school, community, State 
and Nation, to make right the master of might, and to 
consecrate our comradeship to mutual helpfulness and to 
the betterment of our fellow students. 

ACHIEVEMENT CHARACTER LEADERSHIP 



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IVIARGARET DENNING, Typist; FRANCES EDWARDS, Art JONES, Sponsor; LAMONT FUTRELL, Circulation Manager; 



Editor; ANNA DEAN BEST, Co-Editor; LaMURIEL GRADY, 
Circulation Manager; LINDA KORNEGAY, Editor; GERALD 
HOLLAMON, S e c r e t a ry; PAMILA LONGO, Art Editor; 
DWIGHT JERNIGAN, Treasurer. STANDING, MRS. DORIS 



GRACE JONES, Art E d i t o r; JANICE WESTBROOK, Art 
Editor; ELIZABETH STEVENS, Typist; JERRY KORNEGAY, 
Art Editor, 




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MRS. EVADEANE JONES, Sponsor; 
PAULETTE COX, County Reporter; J U D Y 
JERNIGAN, Recreational Leader: BRENDA 
DUNBAR, Reporter; ANNA DEAN BEST, 
Secretary; LaMURIAL GRADY, President; 
JANE PORTER, Vice-President; PAMILA 
LONGO, Parliamentarian; FRANCES 
EDWARDS, Pianist; EDNAMASSEY, 
Historian; JANICE BEST, Treasurer. 

The Future Homemakers of America, a 
national organization, is open for member- 
ship to any person who is taking Home 
Economics or who has taken it for one year. 
The major purpose of F. H. A. is to help 
members to contribute toward the improve- 
ment of personal, family, and community 
living through organized programs that func- 
tion as an integral part of the homemaking 
education program in the school. 





MR. JOHN TART, Advisor; RALPH GRADY, 
Sentinel; R.A. BEST, Secretary; GERALD 
HOLLAMON, President; CARLTON HINSON, 
Vice-President; CARROL HOLLAMON, 
Treasurer; DENNIS HARRELL, Reporter. 

The F. F, A, is a very active organization 
at Grantham High. The teams that have 
participated in the different contests have 
won either first or second place in the last 
few years. The organization won the over- 
all trophy at the Wayne County Fair this 
year. 






Brenda Jo Cox, Mrs. Blonnie Warren, Sponsor; Edward Aswell, President; Margaret 
Denning, Vice-President; Ann Howell, Secretary; Edna Edwards; Reporter; Mrs. 
Doris Sanderson, Sponsor; Rella Jackson. STANDING, Mary Jo Cox, Patricia Dechent, 
Avis Thornton, Patsy Britt, Peggy Altman, Myrtle Edwards, Jerry Kornegay, Ray 
Joyner, Ethel Faircloth, Betty Ivey, Janice Best, Janice Cox, Carolyn Weeks, Brenda 
Faye Ingram, Elizabeth Stevens. 



rary 



Our library club has inspired 
many students to look into the 
new life and adventure books 
we have to offer and has in- 
fluenced others to explore the 
limitless resources in our 
library. Each member has 
gained valuable knowledge and 
e xp e r i e nc e that will be a 
valuable asset in his future. 



Dennis Harrell, Jimmy Cox, Dannie Harrell, William Johnson, LaMuriel Grady, 
Margaret Denning, Janice Cox, Brenda Dunbar, Dwight Jernigan, Paulette Cox, 
R.A. Best, Sonny Thornton. 




These students, our bus 
drivers, have the biggest 
responsibility placed in their 
hands each morning and after- 
noon. We are proud to say that 
Grantham's drivers are some of 
the safest in the county. 



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This youngest club in school 
was organized by Mrs . Doris 
Jones and Mrs. Blonnie Warren 
to encoiarage the more studious 
members of the freshmen and 
sophomore classes. An average 
of 85 or above is required for 
membership. Training in 
parliamentary procedure and 
in the various facets of school 
activities will, it is believed, 
enrich the lives of the members, 
improve the tone of the school, 
and provide more skilled leaders 
for the upper classes. 



(Blub 

The Monogram Club con- 
sists o f the students who par- 
ticipate in athletics or cheer- 
leading. To be a member, one 
must earn a letter in either 
baseball, basketball, or cheer- 
leading. 




ALICE WARRICK, President; PATSY BRITT, Vice-President; DOLLIE THORTON, 
Secretary; PHIL FLOWERS, Treasurer. 

Frances Edwards, Kaye Grady, Judy Jemigan, Jennifer Hill, Linda Kornegay, 
Secretary; LaMuriel Grady, Edward Aswell, Dannie Harrell, George Summerlin, 
Carlton Hinson, Vice-President; Trudy Hood, Gerald Hollamon, President; Joan 
Pennington, Lamont Futrell, Dennis Harrell, Ruby Brock, Treasurer; R. A. Best, 
Janice Westbrook, James Weeks, Margaret Denning, Brenda Cox, Sonny Thorton, 
Ralph Grady, Patricia Jackson, Donna Grady, Jerry Kornegay, Robbie Cox, Don 
Smith. 




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Mr. Miles Jackson, Coach; Patricia Jackson, Donna Grady, Margaret Denning, Ruby Brock, Brenda Cox, Trudy Hood, 
Joan Pennington. 



'Don't just stand there!' 



In '63- '64 the Grantham Bulldogs played Southwood, 
Clement, Meadow, Garland, Brogden, Rosewood, North 
Duplin, Seven Springs, New Hope. 




Margaret Denning, Co-Captain; Ruby 
Brock, Co-Captain; Trudy Hood, Donna 
Grady, Joan Pennington, Mr. Jackson, 
Coach; Branch Cox, Patricia Jackson, Gale 
Byran, Dale Ingram, Elaine Westbrook, 
Elaine Hood, Mary Jo Cox, Phyllis Britt, 
Connie Blackman, Manager. 



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Mr. Miles Jackson, Coach; Dannie Harrell, Gerald HoUamon, Carlton Hinson, Ralph Grady, Robbie Cox. 

"Get that rebound, boys!" 



In '63-'64 the Grantham Bulldogs played Southwood, 
Clement, Meadow, Garland, Brogden, Rosewood, North 
Duplin, Seven Springs, New Hope. 



Gerald Hollamon, Co-Captain; Carlton 
Hinson, Co-Captain; Mr. Miles Jackson, 
Coach; Ralph Grady, Robbie Cox, Lament 
Futrell, Hugh Cole, Gleen Kennedy, 
Dannie Harrell, Dennis Harrell, Leon 
Darden, Edward Aswell, Carrol Hollamon, 
Jerry Kornegay, George Summerlin, 
Manager. 




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Mr. Jackson, Coach, Ralph Grady, Gerald Hollamon, Don Smith, R, A, Best, Carlton Hinson, Glenn Kennedy, 
Edward Aswell, STANDING, James Weeks, Robbie Cox, Nick Best, George Summerlin, Manager. 




The baseball team of '61-'62 were runners-up for the 
Wayne County championship. The team played 14 games. 
They won 12 and lost 2. 



R.A. Best, Sliding into home; Gerald Hollamon, Catcher; 
Mack Denning, Umpire. 



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GRAIMTHAM 
Him SCHODi: 

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LAMONT FUTRELL, President; GERALD HOLLAMON, DEAN BEST, Treasurer; CARLTON HINSON, Reporter. 
Vice-President; LaMURIEL GRADY, Secretary; ANNA 



"Nothing is impossible to a willing heart." Colors— Blue and White 



Flower— Pink Carnation 



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I, PEGGY ALTMAN, leave my love for Brogden and its products to Betty Ivey. 

I, ANNA DEAN BEST, leave my friendly ways to Sonny Thornton. 

I, ERNESTINE BEST, leave my love for Newton Grove to William Johnson. 




MASCOTS 

DONNA KAYE HARRELL I 
Daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Harrell 
RANDY MILLS 
Son of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Mills 



BARBARA ERNESTINE SUTTON BEST 



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I, R. A. BEST, leave my ability to aggravate Mrs. Pulley to Lemuel Hood. 

I, LINDA BRITT, leave my love for Hardee's to Jimmy Rose and Betty Jo Seymour. 

I, CLEMENT BURCH, leave my empty notebook to Linda Hall and Edna Massey, hoping that it will be efficiently 
filled by 1965. 




R. A. BEST LINDA BRITT 




MOST LIKELY TO SUCCEED CLEMENT C. BRUCH 

John Davidson 
Anna Dean Best 



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I, PAULETTE COX, leave my love for Goldsboro to Janet Grantham and Norwood Head. 
I, JOHN DAVIDSON, leave my love for history to Claudia Sutton and Leon Darden. 
I, MACK DENNING, leave my love for sports to Nick Best. 




I, MARGARET DENNING, leave my efficiency and dependability to anyone who needs these qualities. 
1, BRENDA DUNBAR, leave my seat in the bus drivers' meetings to Janice Cox. 
I, EDNA EDWARDS, leave my friendly smile to Annie Rose Holland. 




I, FRANCES EDWARDS, leave my ability to sing to Harry Jernigan. 

I, LAMONT FUTRELL, leave my literature book to Edward Aswell and my grammar book to Larry Weeks. 
I, ELAINE GODWIN, leave my love for Air Force boys to Phebe Lee and Ethel Faircloth. 




FRANCES KAYE EDWARDS ELTON LAMONT FUTRELL 



MOST POPULAR 
Lamont Futrell 




I, LaMURIEL GRADY, leave my position as president of the F.H, A. to Jane Porter. 
I, MONTY GRADY, leave my love for the freshmen girls to Robert Davis. 
I, RALPH GRADY, leave my light, springy step to Joe Grantham. 




JUDITH LaMURIEL GRADY 




BEST LOOKING 
Gerald Hollamon 
Pam Longo 




MONTY KEITH GRADY 




RALPH WILLLAM GRADY 



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I, JENNIFER HILL, leave my "never worry" attitude to Judy Stacey. 
I, CARLTON HINSON, leave my love for basketball to Dannie Harrell. 

I, GERALD HOLLAMON, leave my cheerfulness and desire to see a job well done to Janice Best and Douglas Thompson. 




JENNIFER HILL JAMES CARLTON HINSON 



FRIENDLIEST 




I, TRUDY HOOD, leave my love for sports to all nonenergetic Grantham students. 
I, VICY JACKSON, leave my good disposition to Ruby Brock. 

I, DWIGHT JERNIGAN, leave my interest in everything around me to Floyd Graham. 




MARGARET GERTRUDE (TRUDY) HOOD 




MOST COURTEOUS 
Monty Grady 
Edna Edwards 




VICY LORRAINE JACKSON 




DWIGHT HANNIBAL JERNIGAN 



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I, JUDY JERNIGAN, leave my loud, clear voice to Eddy Strickland. 

I, GRACE JONES, leave my free-from-all-care attitude to Jimmy Cox and Ann Howell. 
I, JERRY KORNEGAY, leave my love for Seven Springs lassies to Jim Grantham. 




I, LINDA KORNEGAY, leave my love for the College Drlve-In to Kaye Grady and George Summerlin. 

1, PAM LONGO, will lend, but not give, my drivers' license to Janet Woodall and Annette Raynor. 

1, RAYMOND McKINZEY, leave my ability to balance chemistry equations to Jerry Strickland and Rayjoyner. 





MOST DEPENDABLE RAYMOND EDWARD McKINZEY 

Raymond McKinzey 
Linda Kornegay 



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I, JOAN PENNINGTON, leave my inability to stay out of trouble to Barbara Daniels. 
I, ALICE POTTER, leave one. clean desk in Mrs. Doris Jones' room to Mary Radford. 
I, JERRY RADFORD, leave my ability to get into trouble to Larry Dail and Dwight Jackson. 




JAMES EDWARD (JERRY) RADFORD 



I, MARY SMITH, leave my quiet ways to Robbie Cox and Dennis Harrell. 

I, ELIZABETH STEVENS, leave my skill at the typewriter to Glenn Kennedy. 

I, IREDELLE STEVENS, leave my social studies notes to Sarah Keen and Lillie Warrick. 




I, VIRGINIA THOMPSON, Leave my practice sets - if I can "snitch" them - to Johnnie Thompson. 

I, JANICE WESTBROOK, leave none of my height to Donna Grady and Patricia Jackson; I am in more need than they. 
I, NANCY INGRAM, leave my determination to get a diploma to Billy Goff. 




NANCY LEE INGRAM 



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PEGGY ELIZABETH ALTMAN 
"A good laugh is better than medicine" 
F.H. A, 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior, Chapter, and State Homemakers' 
Degrees; Library Club 3,4; 4-H Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Officer 2, 
3; County Winner in Sewing and Electric. 

ANNA DEAN BEST 
"If having fun were a crime, then Anna would be serving 

a life sentence" 
F.H. A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Officer 4; Junior Homemakers Degree; 
Beta Club 3, 4; President 4; Class Officer 1, 3, 4; Marshal 
3; Usher at Fashion Show; Annual Staff 4; Cheerleader4; 
Superlative 

BARBARA ERNESTINE SUTTON BEST 
"She is as good as she is fair" 
F.H. A. 1, 2, 3,4; Assistant Librarian 3; Bus Monitor 2,3; 
Bus Driver 4; 4-H Club 1. 

R.A. BEST 

"Good humor is one of the best articles of dress one can 
wear" 

F. F.A, 1, 2, 3, 4; Secretary 4; Livestock Judging Contest 
2, 3; Land Judging Contest 3; Baseball 3; Bus Driver 3,4; 
Monogram Club 4; Superlative. 

LINDA BRITT 
"Like the deep blue sea — always calm" 
F. H. A. 1, 2, 3, 4; J u n i o r and Chapter Homemakers' 
Degrees; 4-H Club 1, 2; Entertained at the Mother- 
Daughter Banquet; Marshal 3; Helped write Last Will and 
Testament; Beta Club 4. 

CLEMENT C. BURCH 
"A winner never quits and a quitter never wins" 
4-H Club 1, 2, 3; F.F.A. 1, 2, 3,4; Superlative. 
PAULETTE COX 
"The thing that goes the fastest towards making life 
worthwhile, that costs the least, and does the most, is 
just a pleasant smile" 
F.H. A, 1,2,3,4; Officer 4; Junior Homemakers Degree; 
Fashion Show Winner 1,2,3; Junior Play Manager; Bus 
Driver 4; Superlative. 

JOHN FRANKLIN DAVIDSON 
"Where there's a will, there's a way" 
Transferred from Ball High School, Galveston, Texas; 
R. O. T. C, S/Sergeant; Library Club 1; Treasurer; United 
States Navy; Seaman First Class; Superlative. 

JERRY MACK DENNING 
"As good a man as the sun ever shone on" 
F.F.A. 1,2,3,4; Basketball and Baseball Manager 1,2; 
Chaper Degree 2; Greenhand Degree 1; Superlative. 
MARGARET JEAN DENNING 
"A good intender in all undertakings"- 
F.H. A. 1, 2, 3, 4;Junior, Chapter, and State Homemakers' 
Degrees; Most Outstanding Home Economics Student 3; 
Fashion Show Winner 2, 3; Basketball 1,2, 3, 4;Co-Captain 
4; Monogram Club 3, 4; Librarian 1, 3, 4; Library Club 3, 
4; Officer 4; 4-H Club 1, 2; Officer 2; Annual Staff 4; 
Bus Driver 4. 

BRENDA DUNBAR 
"You show good sense by controlling your senses" 
F.H. A, 1,2,3,4; Officer 4; Junior and Chapter Home- 
makers' Degrees; Junior Play Cast; Bus Driver 4; Hat- 
Check Girl at Jr. -Sr. Banquet; Monogram Club 3; 
Basketball Manager 3. 



EDNA PEARL EDWARDS 
"Gentle in manners, strong in performance" 
F.H. A. 1,2,3,4; Junior, Chapter, and State Home- 
makers' Degrees; Library Club 3,4; Officer 3, 4; 4-H 
Club 2; Piano 1, 2, 3, 4; Superlative. 

FRANCES KAYE EDWARDS 
"Golden hair and eyes of blue, a gentle manner and a 
sweet voice too" 
F.H. A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Of ficer 2, 3, 4; Junior and C h a p t e r 
Degrees; Beta Club 3, 4; Officer 4; D. A. R. Representative 
4; U.S. History Award 3; Fair Talent Show 1st prize; 
Fashion Show Winner 2; Junior Play Usher and Vocalist 3; 
Marshal 3; Cheerleader 1, 2, 3,4; Monogram Club 2,3,4; 
Entertained at State Beta Club Convention 3; Entertained 
at Junior-Senior Banquet 1,3; Annual Staff 4; Superlative. 

ELTON LAMONT FUTRELL 
"A jolly fellow we find him true; and an excellent 
gentlemen too" 
F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Officer 3; Jr. Class Vice-P r e s i d e nt; 
Senior Class President; Annual Staff 4; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 
4; Monogram Club 2, 3, 4: Monogram Club President 3; 
Junior Play Cast; Public Speaking P a r 1 i a m e n t a ry 
Procedure; Livestock Judging Team 2,3; Wayne Federation 
President 3; Superlative. 

BRENDA ELAINE GODWIN 
"Men may come and men may go, but not if I can help 

it" 

F.H. A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior Play Cast; L i b ra r i a n 3,4; Bizs 
Monitor 1, 2; 4-H Club 1; Assistant Chairman of Birthday 
Calendar; Ice Cream Seller 3,4. 

JUDITH LaMURIEL GRADY 
"If silence were gold, she would be broke" 
Class Officer 2, 3, 4; F.H. A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Vice-President 3; 
President 4; Junior and Chapter Homemakers' Degrees; 
Fashion Show Winner 1; Cheerleader 2, 3, 4; Monogram 
Club 3,4; Beta Club 3,4; Secretary 4; Marshal 3; Annual 
Staff 4; Junior Play Cast; Bus Driver 4^ Superlative. 

MONTY KEITH GRADY 
"Politeness is the flower of himianity" 
F.F.A. 1,2,3,4; Jionior Play Cast; Greenhand Degree; 
Superlative. 

RALPH WILLIAM GRADY 

"There is a spark of mischief in his eyes" 
F.F.A. 1, 2, 3,4; Officer 4; Basketball 2, 3,4; Baseball 
2, 3,4; Monogram Club 3,4; 4-H Club 1, 2; Greenhand 
Degree; Band 1; Superlative. 

JENNIFER HILL 
"I don't ask questions: I j\]st have fun" 
F.H. A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior Degree; Class Officer 3; Cheer- 
leader 1,2,3,4; Monogram Club 2, 3, 4;First Place Winner 
F.H. A. Candy Sale 1; Hat Check Girl at Jimior-Senior 
Banquet 2; Second and Third Place Dress Revue Winner 
1,3; Junior Play Usher 3; First Place Talent Contest 
Winner at County Fair 4; Entertained at Mother-Daughter 
Banquet 1, 2, SjF.H.A. County Rally 3; Jxanior Play 
Entertainment 4; Superlative. 



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JAMES CARLTON HINSON 
"It's not whether you won or lost, but how you played 
the game" 

F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Officer 3, 4; Monogram Club2, 3, 4; 
Officer 4; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Co-Captain 3; Class Officer 
4; Baseball 1,2,3,4; Land Judging Team 3; Livestock 
Judging Team 3; Parliamentary Procedure Team 3; Junior 
Play Cast 3; Farm Mechanics Award 4; Superlative. 

BOBBY GERALD HOLLAMON 
"This small prankster loves having fun, friendly to all, 
disliked by no one" 
F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Vice-President 3; President 4; Parlia- 
mentary Team 3, 4- Chapter Farmer Degree; Land Judging 
3,4; Livestock Judging 3,4; County Federation President 
4; Basketball 2, 3, 4; Co-Captain 4; Baseball 1, 2, 3, 4; 
Monogram 1,2,3,4; President 4; Sr. Vice-President; 
Junior Play Cast; Superlative; "Mr. Granthum, " Annual 
Staff. 

MARGARET GERTRUDE (TRUDY) HOOD 
"It dosen't pay to worry; things are bound to happen 
anyway" 

F. H. A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior Degree; Fashion Show Winner 1, 
2; Class Officer 2; Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Monogram Club 
3,4; Entertained at Jr. -Sr. Banquet 2; Jr. PlayMake-Up 
Committee; Superlative. 

VICY LORRAINE JACKSON 
"Her charming ways and friendly smiles make her friend- 
ship well worthwhile" 
F.H. A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior Homemakers Degree; Junior Play 
Narrator; Assistant Librarian 3; Bus Monitor 3, 4; Chair- 
man of Birthday Calendar 4; 4-H Club 1. 

DWIGHT HANNIBAL J ERNIGAN 
"He puts his worries in a pocket with a hole in it" 
F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Creed Contest 1, Tool Identification 1, 
2; Parliamentary Procedure 2; Livestock Judging 2; Junior 
Class President; Master of Ceremonies at Jr. -Sr. Banquet; 
Annual Staff 4; Jr. Play Cast; Bi:is Driver 4; Superlative. 
JUDY J ERNIGAN 
"A happy combination of sense and nonsense" 
F.H, A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Officer 4; Junior Degree; Class Officer 
2; Cheerleader 1, 2, 3, 4, Head 4; Monogram Club 2, 3, 4; 
Hat Check girl at Jr. -Sr. Banquet 2; Junior Play Cast; 
First Talent Winner County Fair; Entertainment at Mother- 
Daughter Banquet 1, 2, 3; Jr. Play 4; Superlative. 

GRACE MARIE JONES 
"She has a heart with room for all" 
F.H. A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior Degree; Talent Contest Winner 3, 
4; Jiuiior Play Cast; Entertained at Mother-Daughter 
Banquet 2,3; Entertained at Jr. -Sr. Banquet 2; Cheer- 
leading Manager 3,4; Entertained at Jr. Play4; Entertained 
at FashionShow 2; Librarian 2; Superlative; Second Winner 
Candy Sale 1; First Winner Magazine Sale 2; First Winner 
Christmas Card Sale 3. 

JERRY LEE KORNEGAY 
"A rare compound of quality, noble and true, with plenty 

of good sense and good humor too" 
F.F.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Livestock Judging 3, 4; Parliamentary 3, 
4; Land Judging 3,4; Greenhand Degree 1; Chapter Degree 
2; Farm Safety Degree 3; Basketball 3, 4; Librarian 3, 4; 
President 3; Monogram Club 3; Jr. Play Cast; Superlative. 



LINDA FAYE KORNEGAY 
"A dash of friendliness, a scoop of energy, and a shake of 

personality - result - Linda" 
F.H. A. 1,2, 3,4; Junior and Chapter Homemakers Degrees; 
First Winner Dress Revue 2; Jr. Play Cast; Scholastic 
Medal 1, 2, 3; Beta Club 3, 4; Officer 4; Cheerleader 1, 2, 
3,4; Monogram Club 2,3,4; Officer 4; Chief Marshal 3; 
Annual Staff 4; Superlative. 

PAMILA CEIL LONGO 
"A smile for every occasion, a word for every hoior" 
F.H. A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Officer 4; Junior Degree; Beta Club 4; 
Class Officer 2; Jr. Play Cast; Annual Staff; Superlative 
4; Cheerleader 4; Librarian 2; Entertained at Mother- 
Daughter Banquet 1,2,3; Jr. Play 4; Fashion Show 2; 
Usher 3; Fair Talent Contest Winner 3, 4; Toast at Jr. -Sr. 
Banquet 3; Recorder Discussion Program at Brogden 4. 

RAYMOND EDWARD McKINZEY 
"Pleasantness and dependability are qualities well mixed" 
Seventy-First High School 1, 2; Grantham 3,4; Substitute 
Bus Driver 3, 4; Sold Tickets at Junior Play; Superlative. 
JOAN RENEE PENNINGTON 
"She takes life as it comes and enjoys it" 
F.H.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Officer 1; F.F.A. Sweetheart 3; 
Basketball 1, 2, 3, 4; Monogram Club 2, 3, 4; Entertained 
at Jr. -Sr. Banquet 2; Entertained at Father-Son Banquet 3. 
ALICE LOUISE POTTER 
"A quiet mind, a friendly way" 
F.H.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior Homemakers' Degree. 
JAMES EDWARD RADFORD 
"That load becomes light which is cheerfully borne" 
F. F. A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Livestock Judging 2, 3. 
MARY ELIZABETH SMITH 
"It is the wise head that makes the silent tongue" 
F.H.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; 4-H Club 6, 7, 8; Junior Homemakers' 
Degree. 

ELIZABETH STEVENS 
"Love, sweetness, and goodness in her person shine" 
F.H.A, 1,2,3,4; Chairman Service Committee; Junior 
Homemaker Degree; Jr. Play Usher; AnnualStaff 4; Library 
Club 4. 

KIRBY IREDELLE STEVENS 
"They also serve who work in silence" 
F.F.A. 1,2,3,4; Livestock Judging 2, 3; Medal for Live- 
stock Judging. 

KATHERINE VIRGINIA THOMPSON 
"A tender heart; a will infexible" 
F.H.A. 1,3,4; Junior Degree; Wayne County Talent 
Contest 2. 

JANICE WESTBROOK 
"Ambition rules my brain; and love, my heart" 
F.H.A. 1, 2, 3, 4; Junior Degree; Librarian 1, 2; Jr. Play 
Cast; Entertained: Alumni Banquet 1, Mother-Daughter 
Banquet 1, 2, 4, Jr. -Sr. Banquet 2, Fashion Show 2, Miss 
America Pageant 3, Jr. Play 4; First, Second, and Third 
Place Winner at County Fair Talent Contest 2,3,4; 
Superlative. 

NANCY LEE INGRAM 
"A daughter of the gods, divinely tall, and most 
divinely fair. " 
Rosewood High School-9, 10, 11; F.H.A. 1, 2; Glee Club 
1; Class Officer 2; Scholastic Award 2. 



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As the days of graduation draw near, we Seniors are thinking of our many past experiences. But everyone knows 
that one cannot live in the past. Therefore we begin to look into the future and wonder what may be ahead. Ten 
years from now we imagine... 

PEGGY ALTMAN will be operating her own telephone answering service in Wilmington. 

ANN BEST and PAULETTE COX will be saying that the tourist biasiness is increasing each day at the Blue Bell Motel 
in Mount Olive. 

R, A, BEST has just patented his latest invention, a car that spins around in the middle of the road. 
LINDA BRITT is celebrating her fifth anniversary as, an instructor of judo. 

CLEMENT BURCH and RALPH GRADY are running a used car lot at Grantham, bought from "Hpnest George." 
MACK DENNING is coaching the Yankees during their ninth straight series with Grantham. 

We find MARGARET DENNING hot-'footin' it down the street to her secretarial school where she is teaching a course 
in modern shorthand, 

BRENDA DUNBAR is working on her latest novel HOW TO HOT-ROD A SCHOOL BUS. 
EDNA EDWARDS is teaching at her alma mater. King's Business College. 

FRANCES EDWARDS is happy as an engineer's wife. Her husband builds bridges for her teeth. 
LAMONT FUTRELL has gone sky-high in his profession. He is window washer on the Empire State Building. 
LAMURIEL GRADY and LINDA KORNEGAY are running the College Drive-In. In fact they are running all Mount 
Olive. 

MONTY GRADY and IREDELLE STEVENS are holding the "Silent Spot" on the Red Skelton Show. 
ELAINE GODWIN has won world fame as the hair stylist for horror movies in Hollywood. 
JENNIFER HILL is now manufacturing "Hartley Giggle Boxes." 

This is CARLTON HINSON'S tenth year as "No. 1 Bench Warmer" for the Duke "Blue Devils". 
This is TRUDY HOOD'S tenth year of sitting behind the "No. 1 Bench Warmer" at ballgames. 
GERALD HOLIAMON was elected "best looking janitor at Hardee's" the other day. 

VICY JACKSON was just awarded the title "Miss Universe of '74". She competed with Miss Moon, Miss Venus, Miss 
Mars, and many others. 

JOHN DAVIDSON, M.D., sends his patients to DWIGHT JERNIGAN, pharmacist, who sends them back to John. 
JUDY JERNIGAN should certainly be commended for her paft in sending up our latest moonbound rocket. 
GRACE JONES has a new gang, but they're still as light-hearted as ever. They're called "The Three Stooges". 
JERRY KORNEGAY'S new hit comedy, "Louie Goes Phooey" had a tragic effect on the audience. 

Training "Ceil's Famous Seals" is PAM LONGO'S latest hobby. Pam finds time for this after her long day's work of 

answering "Dear Abbey" letters. 
Bang! There went the top of the high school building again. RAYMOND McKINZEY is the new chemistry teacher. The 

last time that happened was the night we graduated. 
JOAN PENNINGTON was tremendous last night in her starring role as a singer on "The Nurses", 
ALICE POTTER has fulfilled her lifetime ambition; she is now happily married. 
JERRY RADFORD is making a great success doctoring hogs. 
MARY SMITH is working her way up to the top at Sears Roebuck & Co. 
ELIZABETH STEVENS now helps her husband toss hay. 
VIRGINIA THOMPSON has become a first rate Avon Representative. 

That can't be JANICE WESTBROOK we see riding that kangaroo in Barnum Brothers' Circus. But it is! 
ERNESTINE BEST has just left on a treasure hunt in Egypt. 
NANCY INGRAM is the new personnel manager at Weil's. 

A ringing bell brings us back to the present and we see it is time for our next class. As this year comes to a close, 
we find the time slipping by so fast that soon these experiences, so vivid in our minds today, will be only fond 
memories tomorrow. 

Class Prophets 
GRACE JONES 
JANICE WE§TBROOK 
R.A. BEST 



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junior ^lu^^ 0|Jicer<5 




DEJjNIS HARRELL, President; DANNIE HARRELL, Vice- Treasurer; JANE PORTER, Reporter; NORWOOD HEAD, 
President; JANICE COX, S e c r e t a r y; JIMMY COX, Social Chairman. 



EDWARD ASWELL 
JANICE BEST 
NICK BEST 
RUBY BROCK 



JANICE COX 
JIMMY COX 
ROBBIE COX 
LARRY DAIL 



BARBARA DANIELS 
LEON DARDEN 
LAURA DAVIS 
ROBERT DAVIS 









t 


^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ 


>^mt^ ^^^^ 















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No Boys ' Allowed, a three act comedy, was presented by 
the Junior Class on Friday, October 11. Donna Grady 
played the role of the girl who was having a slumber party 
for her friends while her parents were away. Her guests 
were Annette Raynor, Janice Cox, Patricia Jackson, Ruby 
Brock, and Janet Woodall. Sarah Keen was theNegro maid 



who was frightened out of her wits by a prowler, Edward 
Aswell. Billy Goff, Donna's ex-boyfriend, Leon Darden, 
Norwood Head, and Harryjemigan tried to crash the party; 
so the girls called on Janice Best, Billy's mother, to come 
to the rescue. In all the excitment Dwight Jackson, a 
policeman, came in to arrest the prowler. 




ETHEL FAIRCLOTH 
RUTH HELDS 
BILLY GOFF 
DONNA GRADY 



KAYE GRADY 
FLOYD GRAHAM 
JANET GRANTHAM 
JIM GRANTHAM 



JOE GRANTHAM 
UNDA HALL 
DANNIE HARRELL 
DENNIS HARRELL 



NORWOOD HEAD 
ANNIE ROSE HOLLAND 
LEMUEL HOOD 
ANN HOWELL 



BETTY IVEY 
DWIGHT JACKSON 
PATRICIA JACKSON 
HARRY JERNIGAN 



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WILUAM JOHNSON 
RAY JOYNER 
BONNIE KEEN 
SARAH KEEN 



GLENN KENNEDY 
PHEBE LEE 
EDNA MASSEY 
JANE PORTER 



MARY RADFORD 
ANNETTE RAYNOR 
JIMMY ROSE 
BETTY JO SEYMOUR 



JUDY STAGEY 
EDDY STRIGKLAND 
JERRY STRIGKLAND 
GEORGE SUMMERLIN 



GLAUDIA SUTTON 
DOUGLAS THOMPSON 
JOHNNY THOMPSON 
SONNY THORNTON 



LILLIE WARRIGK 
LARRY WEEKS 
JANET WOODALL 




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KENNETH GRADY, President; GERALD DANIELS, Vice-President; ELAINE WESTBROOK, Secretary; JIMMY HOOD, 
Treasurer; DOLLIE THORNTON, Reporter. 




FRANCES ANDREWS 
DAVID BENNETT 
JULIAN BEST 
CONNIE BLACKMAN 



KAYE BRITT 
DIANNE CASEY 
BETTY COTTON 
BRENDA COX 



IVIARYJO COX 
GERALD DANIELS 
REX DAVIS 
PATRICIA. DECHENT 



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The sophomores' project is selling magazines. Proceeds from this help 
this class to sponsor its Jimior-Senicr Banquet and the yearbook during 
the class's senior year. The two highest salesmen are awarded prizes. 
Patricia Eddins was first; Mary Jo Cox, second. 



GLENDA DENNING 
PATRICIA EDDINS 



DEBBIE EDWARDS 
MYRTLE EDWARDS 
KENNETH GRADY 
LINDA GRAHAM 



JUDY GRANTHAM 
JOSEPHINE GUY 
JUDY HARRELL 
LINDA HARRELL 



CARROL HOLLAMON 
ELAINE HOOD 
JIMMY HOOD 
BRENDA INGRAM 



DALE INGRAM 
GALE INGRAM 
EDWARD JERNIGAN 
JO ANN JERNIGAN 



RONNIE JORDAN 
LLOYD KEEN JR. 
JEAN MARTIN 
MARY LOU MASSEY 





PEARL PHILLIPS 
DEBORAH RHODES 
JOE SHAVER 
LINDA STEVENS 



WOODROW STEVENS 
DONALD TAYLOR 
ESTHER THOMPSON 
FRANCES THOMPSON 



La VERNE THOMPSON 
DOLLIE THORNTON 
PRESTON THORNTON JR. 
ISOM TUCKER 



ALICE WARRICK 
GLORIA WEAVER 
CAROLYN WEEKS 
JAMES WEEKS 



ELAINE WESTBROOK 
BRENDA WILLIAMS 
EDWARD WILLLA.MS 
LILLIE RUTH WISE 



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MELVIN ANDREWS 
MARY LOU BENNETT 
WAYNE BENNETT 
JOYCE BIVENS 



MARY LYNN BLACKMAN 
PATSY BRITT 
PHYLLIS BRITT 
CYNTHIA BRYAN 



GAIL BRYAN 
EDWARD CARTER 
HUGH COLE 
BRENDA COX 



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FRESHMAN INITIATION 
Freshman Initiation was a real ordeal. Grantham didn't have initiation 
last year so the freshmen got some bad treatment. They had to parade 
down the hall in every thing from mule harnesses to little red wagori. 
Joyce Bivens won first place for her outfit; Patricia Womble, second; Elaine 
Perkins and Sherry Hill tied for third. The boys didn't have a contest, but 
they were hilarious. Initation is perhaps the most humorous memory of 
the freshmen. 

JOHN CRAWFORD 



ALLEN DAIL 
BETTY LOU DENNING 
KENNETH DENNING 
ROBERT DENNING 



SUSAN DENNING 
GARY DUNBAR 
BRENDA EDDINS 
PHIL FLOWERS 



TOBY GRADY 
CHARLES HARRELL 
SHERRY HILL 
RUBY HOLLAND 



JIMMY HOWELL 
MARY HELEN INGRAM 
RELLA JACKSON 
LINDA JOYNER 



WAYNE JOYNER 
BOB KEEN 
BOBBY KIRKLAND 
FRANCES McKINZEY 




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JOHNNY MERCER 
BETTY JEAN MOZINGO 
EDWARD MOZINGO 
ELAINE PERKINS 



PHIL RICKS 
MARGARET SEYMOUR 
EDNA SMITH 
DAVID A. STEVENS 



DAVID M. STEVENS 
EVELYN STEWART 
SARAH SURLES 
JUDY SUTTON 



JUDY THOMPSON 
LUBY THOMPSON 
PHYLLIS THOMPSON 
RONNIE THOMPSON 




AVIS THORNTON 
FRANCES THORNTON 
JUNE THORNTON 
RAYVON THORNTON 



JOSEPH WILEY 
THOMAS WILEY 
PATRICIA WOMBLE 



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"Hey, Where's the ball?" 



ementary 




MRS. ANN 

RAPER 
First 



MRS. MARGARET 
THIGPEN 
First 



MRS. OLIVE 
LEWIS 
Second 



MRS. LOIS 
STEVENS 
Second 



-Elementary 
faculty 




MRS. MARY 
BAREFOOT 
Third 



MRS. ELVA 
JORDAN 
Third 



MRS. LOUISE 
HATCH 
Fourth 



MRS. NELL 
MASSENGILL 
Fourth 




MRS. MARY 



MRS. MARGIE 



MRS. EMILY 



MRS. MABEL 



FLOWERS 
Fifth 

MRS. LOIS 
DENNING 
Seventh 



TART 
Fifth 



COX 
Sixth 



MRS. MARJORIE 
JOYNER 
Seventh 



MRS. CAROL 
ANDREWS 
Eighth 



MOZINGO 
Sixth 

MR. ASHLEY D. 
GAINEY 
Eighth 



MRS, LOUISE 
SPAIN 
Music 





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FIRST ROW: Clark Bennett, Ted Best, Virginia Bradford, 
Glenn Britt, Mary Ellen Britt, Frances Brock, Yvonne 
Casey, Alton Cox. SECOND ROW: Geraldine Davis, 
Ronnie Davis, Travis Denning, Albert Dudley, Milo 
Edwards, Danny Faircloth, Betty Grantham, Frank 
Grantham. THIRD ROW: David Guy, Charles Hare, Reuben 
Harrell, Jerry Hill, Larry Hinson, John Ingram, Elma 
Jernigan, Kaye Jernigan. FOURTH ROW: Rudy Johnson, 



Edward Jones, Johnny Joyner, Edsel King, Harold Lane, 
Lois Lee, Thelma Martin, Jerry Mercer. FIFTH ROW: 
Danny M c C u 1 1 e n, Linda Parker, Judith Potter, Gloria 
Rhodes, Jimmy Shaver, Willard Smith, Sallie Stevens, 
Betty Tadlock. SIXTH ROW: Beverly Thigpen, Willie 
Thompson, Edith Thornton, Judy Thornton, Brenda Weeks. 
SEVENTH ROW: Marie Wiley, Carlton Williams, Clayton 
Williams, Wanda Williford, Jarvis Wise. 




FIRST ROW: Jimmie Best, Johnnie Best, Danny Bivens, 
Debra Blackman, Rose Blackman, Barbara Britt, Darlene 
Britt, Grayson Britt. SECOND ROW: Tommy Britt, Billy 
Brock, Delma Brock, Kay Brodgen, Ladell Brown, Ted 
Butler, Patricia Capps, Jerry Cotton. THIRD ROW: Bonnie 
Davis, Brenda Davis, Judy Denning, Johnnie Dunn, Donald 
Faircloth, Donna Faiilk, Janice Flowers, Phillip Grantham. 
FOURTH ROW: Sandra Grantham, Deborah Godwin, Sandra 
Hartly, Jerry Hood, Manfred Hood, Howard Howell, Patsy 
Jackson, Dale Jackson. FIFTH ROW: Phillip J ernigan, 
Lawrence Johnson, Bobby Jones, Wayne Jones, Deborah 



Keen, Barbara Lambert, Dale Martin, Milford Martin. 
SIXTH ROW: Roxie Massengill, J.M. Massey, Rosanne 
Page, Garry Pennington, Carroll Radford, Harold Radford, 
Daphne Rhodes, Annette Rose, SEVENTH ROW: Jimmy 
Sasser, Larry Smith, Carolyn Stevens, Maria Stevens, 
Ronald Strickland, Sharon Strickland, Terry Strickland, 
Barbara Summerlin. EIGHTH ROW: Chris Thompson, 
Dennis Thompson, Linwood Thompson, Lois Thompson, 
Billie Rose Thornton, Brenda Thornton, Martha Westbrook, 
Kenneth Womble. 




HRST ROW: Buster Best, Kathy Best, Kirby Best, Glenda 
Boseman, T.J. Bradford, Gary Britt, Jenny Britt, Phil 
Britt. SECOND ROW: Danny Brock, Larry Brown, Marie 
Cox, Rosemary Edwards, Tony Edwards, Debbie Glidewell, 
Lillie Fields, Lonnie Fields. THIRD ROW: Glenn Grady, 
George Grantham, Eugene Gurley, Wanda Harrell, Barbara 
Hollowell, Debra Hollowell, Grover Hood, Tedjemigan. 
FOURTH ROW: Cindy Jones, Ellen Keene, Joan Kirkland, 



Glenn Martin, Jr., Gail Massey, Dennis McCullen, Wayne 
Mills, David Neel. FIFTH ROW: Debbie Page, Billie Rich, 
Brenda Sasser, Shirley Smith, Howard Surles, Rhonda 
Sutton, James Tadlock, Joyce Tadlock. SIXTH ROW: 
John Tart, Jerry Thompson, Dillon Thornton, Gordon 
Thornton, Kenneth Thornton. SEVENTH ROW: Johnny 
Wiley, Paula Williford, Rita Williamson, Eggbert Wise, 
Horace Wise. 




FIRST ROW: Albert Bennett, Dale Best, Vickie Blackman, 
Marion Bradford, Phil Britt, Marty Brogden, David Bryan, 
John Paul Bryan, SECOND ROW: Exum Casey, Mike Cox, 
Marvin Earl Creech, George Davis, Artie Dechent, Harold 
Edwards, Mark Edwards, Lex Faulk. THIRD ROW: Brent 
Godwin, Cathy Grantham, Jerry Gray, Robert Guy, Diane 
Harrell, Larry Hartley, Sandra Hollingsworth, Douglas 
Hood. FOURTH ROW: Judy Hood, Danny Howell, Janice 
Howell, Janice Ingram, Robin Jackson, Sammie Jones, 
Samuel Jones, Blair Jordan. FIFTH ROW: Delmar Joyner, 
Larry Lane, Daniel Lee, Vicky Littleton, Carl McKinzey, 



Rodney Mozingo, Denise Page, Barbara Parker. SIXTH 
ROW: Ralph Parker, Patricia Pate, M.A. Pennington, 
Patrice Pennington, Calvin Perkins, Whit Porter, Patricia 
Radford, Charlotte Ricks. SEVENTH ROW: Charles Stevens, 
Henry S t e V e n s, Margaret Stevens, Mary Ellen Talton, 
Miriam Thigpen, Polly Ann Thompson, Curtis Thornton, 
Jennifer Thornton. EIGHTH ROW: Lee Ann Thornton, 
Stanley Thornton, Leroy Warrick, Sandra Weaver, Rose 
Westbrook, Joe Whitfield, Ronald Wise, Kathy Womble, 
Jerry Woodall. 



FIRST ROW: Jack Bennett, Debby Best, Jerry Best, C.M. Florence Powell, Joyce Raford, Harold Rhodes, Danny 

Britt, Douglas Britt, Danny Denning, Shirley Denning, Smith, Bobby Stevens, Gail Sutton. FIFTH ROW: Shelton 

Teresa Edwards. SECOND ROW: Cathy Faulk, Tommy Sutton, D a n n y Tadlock, Jean T h o m p s o n, Margaret 

Grantham, Emma Guy, Durel Hill, Jessye Hollowell, Thompson, Cecil Thornton, D e a n Thornton, Harold 

Blake Hood, Linda Hood, Ronald Hood. THIRD ROW: Thornton, Keith Thornton. SIXTH ROW: Rose Thornton, 

Sue Hood, Judy Ingram, Ruf us Jones, Gene Joyner, Nancy Grace Thigpen, Ronny Weeks, Cathy Williams, George 

Joyner, Dexter Keene, Sallie Martin, Sue Massengill. Albert Young. 
FOURTH ROW: Danny M c C u 1 1 e n, Denise McCullen, 




FIRST ROW: Ceaf Altman, Gary Aswell, Danny Best, 
Jo Anne Britt, Wanda Britt, Kaye Brock, Lemuel Brown, 
Jaxie Bryan. SECOND ROW: Ginger Casey, Donna Cotton, 
Linda Davis, Freddie Eddins, Ronny Faircloth, Shirley 
Fields, Billy Grantham, Everette Grantham. THIRD ROW: 
Pamela Grady, Sandra Gray, Kathy Hartley, L. G, Hill, 
Randy HoUingsworth, Al Hollowell, Connie Hollowell, 
Deborah Hollowell. FOURTH ROW: Ricky Joyner, Pamela 
Keel, Charles Keene, Randy Keene, Marilyn Lane, Kinda 



Martin, James Massengille, Jimmy McCullen. FIFTH 
ROW: Betty Jane Parker, Virginia Pate, Ellis Raynor, 
Abigail Rhodes, Cathy Rose, Kenneth Sanderson, Dennis 
Smith, Ed Stevens. SIXTH ROW: Jerry Stevens, Ruby 
Surles, Linwood Talton, Willa May Talton, Denny Tart, 
Gary Thornton, Gary Tyner, Autry Ward. SEVENTH ROW: 
Nancy Westbrook, Billy Wiley, Beth Wise, Elton Wise, 
Dwight Young, Gene Young. 




FIRST ROW: Carol Best, Gary Best, Paulette Blackmon, 
Ronnie Bradford, Keith Britt, Audry Burch, James Ray 
Cox, Jimmy Cox. SECOND ROW: Dorothy Creech, J. P. 
Daniels, Dennis Denning, L. H. Denning, Carolyn Dudley, 
J. Henry Fields, Jr., Joyce Ann Flowers, Denise Godwin. 
THIRD ROW: Michael Grantham, Debbie Hollamon, 
Bradley Hood, Brian Hood, Connie Hood, David Jackson, 
Vickie Jernigan, Kay Keen. FOURTH ROW: Ray Keen, 
Wanda Sue Keen, Jolene Kirkland, Judy Langston, Norman 



Earl Lee, Tommy Lee, Freddie Massengill,Jearmie Morris. 
FIFTH ROW: Michael Mozingo, Larry Parker, Richard 
Parker, Edward Pennington, Dana Porter, Keith Porter, 
Rhett Raynor, David Sanderson. SIXTH ROW: Pearline 
Talton, Gordon Thompson, Sandra Thompson, Douglas 
Thornton, Karen Thornton, Albert Warrick. SEVENTH 
ROW: June Weaver, Rayford Whitfield, Ernest Wise, 
Jimmy Young, Steven Young. 




FIRST ROW: Reed Bennett, Barbara B 1 a c k m a n, Ray 
Boseman, Rhonda Britt, Toni Britt, Cathy Cotton, Beverly 
Cox, David Earl Creech. SECOND ROW: Phyllis Denninq, 
Mike Faircloth, Barbara Faulk, David Faulk, Angela 
Garris, Susan Grady, Tara Grantham, Eddie Mack Harrell. 
THIRD ROW: Donnie Hill, Angela Hood, Glenn Hood, 
Vicky Howell, Geneverette Jackson, Linda Johnson, Steve 
Johnson, Dusty Jones. FOURTH ROW: Harold Jones, Danny 
Joyner, Roger King, Debra Lane, Carolyn Langston, Carroll 
Manning, Annie Lou Martin, Jerry Martin. FIFTH ROW: 



Gary McCullen, Janet McCullen, Lenny Mills, Gail Odom, 
Kathy Pennington, Reva Pennington, Treva Pennington, 
Diane Pierce. SLKTH ROW: Ricky Radford, Lora Raynor, 
Sheila Sasser, Sara Stevens, Darlene Strickland, Marilyn 
Surles, Glenn Talton, James Talton. SEVENTH ROW: 
Carolyn Tart, Dianne Tart, Al Thigpen, Nancy Thompson, 
Gene Thornton, Kathy Thornton, Ricky Thornton, Donna 
Weeks. EIGHTH ROW:KeithWestbrook, Jeffrey Westbrook, 
Aubrey Williamson, DwightWise, Jo Wise, Jeffery Woodall. 




oween ing^ and Q.ueen^ 




CATHY GRANTHAM, DANNY FAIRCLOTH JAXIE BRYAN, BRIAN HOOD 

Music Students under Mrs. Louise Spain 




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or tlte many A&rvic&A rendered, we tkank you. 




Mrs. Maude Outlaw, Mrs. Louise Allen, Mrs. Letha Grady. STANDING: Mrs. Fannie Rose, Mrs. Ruth Sasser, Mrs. 
Sudie Taylor, Mrs. Eleanor Porter. 



Mr. Edgar Sasser 




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The following pages name those persons and firms to 
whom we are very grateful for making our annual 
possible. 



ELECTRICITY - The Heart of Modern Living 

t^TRI-COUHTV 

ELECTRIC mEmBERSHIP CORPORRTIOH 



1304 N. Will iam Street Goldsboro, North Carolina 



Grantham Supply and Super Market 

Member of 
SHOPWORTH FOOD STORES 
"Your Complete Shopping Center" 
Route 1 



Goldsboro 



North Carolina 



Flowers Trucking Company 



Day 
LY 4-2292 




Newton Grove, North Carolina 
or 689-2117 
Goldsboro, North Carolina 



Night 
LY 4-3771 



J.M. EDGERTON AND SON INC. 

Your International 
Harvester and Rambler Dealer 

Eastern Carolina Farm Equipment Center 

RE 4-4361 

Goldsboro North Carolina 





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G&HFEEDMILL 


BILLY TART'S 


Custom-Grinding and Mixing 


GROCERY AND SERVICE STATION 


G & H Feeds 




Goldsboro North Carolina 


Swinge Pig North Carolina 


BOB'S BARBER SHOP 


QUALITY SEEDS & INSECTICIDES 


Hours 


AND FARM SUPPLIES 


1 P.M. - 9 P.M. 


"if you need seed, chances 


Closed Wednesday 


are we have it. " 


1905 South Slocumb Street 


JESSE E. CREECH 


Goldsboro North Carolina 


RE5-7199 

Goldsboro North Carolina 




ARCHIE ROSE 


Iti 11 rr 1 ^ 


Buyers of Live Poultry, White Rock Hens 




-Specializing In Broilers- 
Day Phones Night Phone 
RE4-3472 RE4-1068 
RE4-3272 


Mount Olive North Carolina 


Goldsboro North Carolina 


Compliments of 


C.W. FLOWERS STORE 


FARMERS WAREHOUSE 


Groceries-Hardware-Ferti lizer 


and 

OPEN-AIR MARKET 


Form Supplies 
Dial Goldsboro RE4-2371 


Goldsboro North Carolina 


Four Oaks North Carolina 

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THE HUB 


R.A. BEST 
GROCERY AND SERVICE STATION 

Highway 70 West 


Goldsboro North Carolina 


Goldsboro North Carolina 


Compliments of 


D.T. GRANTHAM 


YOUNG FASHIONS 
/^^^^^ 


Groceries and Meats 

°'' \5me/a/) 

\ yMf / 

Gas ' Washing 
Call 689-2140 


Infants through Pre-teens 
Goldsboro North Carolina 


Your Friendly Grocer 
"We Aim To Please" 
Goldsboro Route 1 North Carolina 


Compliments of 


WESTBROOK AND PATE 


ROBINSON'S DRUG STORE 


Insurance Insecticides 
Seeds Fertilizers 


Phone 734-0911 


P.O. Box 947 


147 S. Center 
Goldsboro North Carolina 


734-1677 

Goldsboro North Carolina 


BALL PARK SERVICE STATION 




Shell Prod^^^^l^^^^^s Wholesale 

1601 E. Ash Street 
Goldsboro North Carolina 





BRILL'S UPHOLSTERY SHOP 
Pick Up & Delivery 
Upholstering-Refinishing-Repairing 
Brookside Shopping Center 
Goldsboro North Carolina 


FASHION, QUALITY, SERVICES 


SEEGAR'S HARDWARE & SUPPLY COMPANY 
"Everything in Hardware, 
Yard G Garden Supplies" 
Glidden Paint 
118 North John Street 735-8211 
Goldsboro North Carolina 


First in Fashion, First for the Home 
Since 1865 
Goldsboro North Carolina 




Compliments of 


iw^ I.G.A. FOODLINER 

J^'^es Francis-Manager 
Dependable and Courteous" 
1 Mount Olive North Carolina 


CAROLINA TRACTORS, INC. 

Massey Ferguson 
Sales & Service 
Goldsboro North Carolina 


Compliments of 
AMERICAN PLUMBING 
AND ELECTRICAL SUPPLY 
Goldsboro North Carolina 


Compliments of 

NEUSE TRACTOR CO. 




FORD TRACTOR DEALER 




Goldsboro North Carolina 






Penney's 

Goldsboro North Carolina 


WARRICK'S REAL ESTATE 
& INS. CO. 

Rentals-Sales 

Insurance 
V.A. Loans 
208 W. Ash 735-4648 
Goldsboro North Carolina 



GARRIS JEWELERS 

Your Local Jewelers 




108 N. Center Street 
Goldsboro North Carolina 



Richard Gray 



Clarence Whitley 



VICTORY WAREHOUSE 



For the Sale of Leaf Tobacco 



Tel . 735-2075 



Goldsboro 



North Carolina 



Compliments of 
INGRAM'S GROCERY 



Grantham 



North Carolina 



Compliments of 
FIVE POINTS BEAUTY SALON 
Highway 13 Phone 735-6500 



Goldsboro 



North Carolina 



DIXIE CHEMICAL CORPORATION 

Manufacturers of 
Farm Tested DIXIE Fertilizer 

Sales Office Telephone 735-1463 
P.O. Box 539 



Goldsboro 



North Carolina 



CREEL'S REST HOME 

Pauline Creel 
Operator 

504 West Chestnut 



Goldsboro 



North Carolina 



BRYAN OIL COMPANY 

lllli 

AMERICAN 



Dial 734-1771 
Mount Olive Highway 
Goldsboro North Carolina 





"Where Every Deal Is A Fair Deal" 

TRADE RITE MOTORS 

D.L. Starling, Owner 

David Hinnant, Salesman 

Bus. Phone RE 5-2563 
319 N. Center Street 
Goldsboro North Carolina 



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Compliments of 
BOBBY THORNTON'S BARBERSHOP 
Route 3 

Mount Olive North Carolina 







Compliments of 

FRED HARRIS GARAGE 

Phone 689-2579 

Highway 13 
Route 3 

Mount Olive North Carolina 



VILLAGE CAFE 

Home of Glenn's Famous Barbecue 
Located At Grantham Village 
U.S. 13, Southwest 
Goldsboro, North Carolina 
"WE CATER TO GROUPS AND PARTIES" 
Glenn Best, Owner 
Grantham North Carolina 



ROSE GROCERIES 
& SERVICE STATION 

Phone 689-2621 

Highway 13 
Route 3 

Mount Olive North Carolina 



Compliments of 



DR. JACK N. DRUMMOND 



Grantham 



North Carolina 



D.O. BRYAN GROCERIES 

General Merchandise 



Phone 689-2350 
Route 3 

Mount Olive North Carolina 



Compliments of 

NEWTON GROVE 
INSURANCE AGENCY 

D.O. Bryan, Jr. 
Office Home 
LY 4-4321 689-2172 



Newton Grove 



North Carolina 



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Name 

1. Joan Pennington 

2. Elaine Godwin 

3. Ralph Grady 

4. Judy Jernigan 

5. Trudy Hood 

6. Carlton Hinson 

7. Grace Jones 

8. Brenda Dunbar 

9. John Davidson 

10. Jennifer Hill 

11. Janice Westbrook 

12. R.A. Best 

13. Linda Britt 

14. Libby Stevens 

15. Jerry Kornegay 

16. Margaret Denning 

17. Vicy Jackson 

18. Jerry Radford 

19. Peggy Altman 

20. Edna Edwards 

21. Gerald Hollamon 

22. Ernestine Best 

23. Pam Longo 

24. Lamont Futrell 

25. Frances Edwards 

26. Mary Smith 

27. Dwight Jernigan 

28. LaMuriel Grady 

29. Ann Best 

30. Iredelle Stevens 

31. Linda Kornegay 

32. Clement Burch 

33. Alice Potter 

34. Mack Denning 

35. Paulette Cox 

36. Ramond McKinzey 

37. Virginia Thompson 

38. Monty Grady 

39. Nancy Ingram 



Pet Peeve 
Stuck-up boys 
Conceited people 
Girls who watch the show 
Stuck-up people 
Nosey people 
Stuck-up girls 
Snobs 

Stuck-up people 
"Loud mouths" 
Lying people 
Stop signs 
Flat tires 
Conceited people 
Lying people 
Going steady 
Staying home 
Two-timers 

Not being able to talk in the library 

Library practice 

Rowdy girls 

Interferring people 

Newton Grove 

Two-faced people 

Waiting 

Aggravating people 
Staying at home 
Loud mouthed women 
Deceitful people 
Stuck-up people 
Custard pies 
Flirty girls 
Flirty girls 
Flirty girls 
Staying home 
Males 

Having to read library books 
Flirty girls 
Stuck-up girls 
Nosey people 



Noted For 
Long blonde hair 
Flirting 
Fast "Chevys" 
Acting crazy 
Being left-handed 
Going to "South Street" 
Saying too much 
Being petite 
Traveling 

Having a good time 
Being little, but loud 
Having car trouble 
Going to Hardee's 
Going to Rosewood 
Acting crazy 
Eating pickles 
Big blue eyes 
Getting into trouble 
Natural curly hair 
Being courteous 
Having loads of fun 
My temper 
Joking ways 
Being a gentleman 
Blushing 

Going to Newton Grove 

Driving a "hearse" 

Being late 

Going to Mt. Olive 

Working 

Going to Mt. Olive 
Old Chrysler 
Loafing 
Being friendly 
Being friendly 
Getting into trouble 
Going to Newton Grove 
Crazy remarks 
Having car trouble 



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Saying 


Favorite Pastime 


1, 


"I've taught you better!" 


Talking 


2. 


"Heck!" 


Dancing 


3. 


"I wish you'd hush!" 


Going to the playground 


4. 


"You nasty thing!" 


Talking in class 


5. 


"Gosh dog!" 


Loafing aroiuid 


6. 


"Dang!" 


Playing a guitar 


7. 


"Hi, Fat Rat!" 


Making people happy 


8. 


"Wee doggie!" 


Listening to "WKIX" 


9. 


"Hey, Gal!" 


Going to school 


10. 


"You mean hog!" 


Being with Jesse 


11. 


"If it wouldn't please you, I would!" 


Being with R. A. 


12. 


"You better watch that!" 


Being with Janice 


13. 


"That's a good question!" 


Riding in a '59 Pontiac 


14. 


"Oh, Shoot!" 


Being with Edwin 


15. 


"Glad I did it; and I'd do it again!" 


Listening to classical music 


16. 


"Well now!" 


Riding in a convertible 


17. 


"Tell me what to do, Hoss!" 


Driving 


18. 


"Heck, yeah!" 


Loafing 


19. 


"Gosh!" 


Dating 


20. 


"Ha, Ha!" 


Riding in a '56 Pontiac 


21. 


"I will be gosh-dang!" 


Aggravating someone 


22. 


"I ain't gonna do it!" 


Going to Frog Island 


23. 


"That's your problem!" 


Being Mischievous 


24. 


"You're wild!" 


Hunting 


25. 


"I swannie!" 


Singing 


26. 


"Gosh!" 


Reading 


27. 


"Well, I be Cat hair!" 


Singing with Ralph 


28. 


"Forget it!" 


Going 


29. 


"You don't mean it!" 


Going 


30. 


"Hi, curley!" 


Hunting 


31. 


"I sure hate that!" 


Going 


32. 


"What's it to you!" 


Chewing on a toothpick 


33. 


"Just a minute! " 


Loafing 


34. 


"Ah, shucks!" 


Watching a ballgame 


35. 


"You think so!" 


Being in Goldsboro 


36. 


"Good gosh!" 


Dragging Center 


37. 


"How do you know?" 


Talking on the telephone 


38. 


"I don't know!" 


Loafing 


39. 


"Gosh!" 


Working 



Ambition 
To be a nurse 
To be a hair stylist 
To be a Millionaire 
To have a good time 
To work with the Civil Service 
To be a business manager 
To get a man 
To be an IBM operator 
To marry a rich girl 
To have a happy marriage 
To grow up 
To become boss 
To be a teacher 
To get rich 
To be successful 
To work in an office 
To be an X-ray technician 
To be a farmer 
To be a secretary 
To be a secretary 
To be a professional ball player 
To be an X-ray techinician 
To be a laboratory technician 
To be an agricultural engineer 
To be a secretary 
To be a housewife 
To be a millionaire 
To be a teacher 
To be a teacher 
To get a good job 
To be a secretary 
To be a prosperous farmer 
To be a telephone operator 
To be a sports writer 
To be happy 

To be an electronic technician 

To be in the army 

To be happy 

To always be happy 



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C. L. Snipes Motors, Incorporated 



Falcon 




T-Birds 



Fairlane Fords 

Goldsboro North Carolina 



R. & H. Oil Company 

Full-O-Pep Gasoline 



Kerosene 




Fuel Oils 



Phone 735-3718 

Goldsboro Highway 117 South North Carolina 



for Bigger Yields from Vour Fields 




SCO 



HIGM QUAL.ITY 

FERTILIZERS 



SOUTHERN COTTON OIL DIVISION 
HUNr FOODS AND INDUSTRIES, INC. 




GOLDSBORO HEATING 
AND PLUMBING, INC. 

P.O. Box 1338 



Idsbo 



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North Carolina 



IMPORTED MOTOR SALES AND SERVICES 
Repair To All Foreign Cars 

Phone 735-4423 
1311 North Greenleaf Street 

Goldsboro North Carolina 



DENNING'S RADIO AND T.V. 
SALES AND SERVICE 
Phone RE 5-5549 
Mount Olive North Ccroli 



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LEDER'S 

"Shop with Confidence 
Wear with Pride" 



Goldsboro 



North Carolina 



SETH B. HOLLOWELL OIL COMPANY 




Goldsboro 



North Carolina 



EDWARDS AUTO SERVICE 



RE4-9988 



N. William Street 



Goldsboro 



North Carolina 



FLOWERS' MILLING COMPANY 

Your Wayne & Nutrena 
Dealer 
For 

Custom Grinding & Mixing 



RE5-1058 
Route 1 



Four Oaks 



North Carolina 



Compliments of 
ROY'S LUNCH 
1285 Center Street 
Goldsboro North Carolina 



1225 Center Street 



734-3631 



NELSON'S PHOTO SHOP 
Goldsboro North Carolina 



NEED A CAR? 
Rent-A-Volkswagon 

RENT-A-VOLKS, INC. 

Ball Park Service Station 
1601 E. Ash Street 
Goldsboro North Carolina 



JOHN F. HOBBS STOCKYARD INC. 

Livestock Auction 
Goldsboro North Carolina 



[PUREl DUMAS GIDDENS OIL CO. 
Be Sure With Pure 
Phone RE 5-0571 
Goldsboro North Carolina 



Compliments of 
B.C. BURCH GROCERY 
Route 4 



Mount Olive 



North Carolina 



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JACK'S GRILL - FROG ISLAND 


k 

NEWTON GROVE SERVICE STATION j 


Gregory's Gas 




Newton Grove North Carolina 


Newton Grove North Carolina 

J 




1 

WILSON'S JEWELRY STORE j 
Jewelry - Watches - Repairs 1 
LY 4-361 1 1 
P.O. Box 32 1 
Newton Grove North Carolina 1 


V^^HP^^ Congratulations 

SMITH'S 

^ Newton Grove North Carolina 


WORLEY TYPEWRITER EXCHANGE 

156 South Center Street RE 4-0845 


NEWTON GROVE DRUG COMPANY ) 


P.O. Box 946 Goldsboro, N.C. 




Distributor of Products by 


Prescription Druggists | 




Phone LY4-3231 | 


>!v^^^^^^ Royal Empress 


■ 


World's Largest Manufacturer of 




Typewriters 


Newton Grove North Carolina * 


AMERICAN AUTO WORKS 
AND SALVAGE 


Congratulations | 
LUBY JACKSON'S 
Shell Gas 


Complete Body and Paint Service 


Smithfield Highway 
Newton Grove North Carolina 


24 Hour Wrecker Service 




By-Pass 117 
Goldsboro North Carolina 


NANNIE COTTON'S 
Beauty Salon 

Grantham North Carolina 




M. B. PRICE 1 












Five Points 




Highway 13 Highway 117 




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AUTOMOTIVE WHOLESALES CO. 
Leon Bryan 
119 E. Mulberry Street 
Goldsboro ' North Carolina 



SHAVER BATTERY & PARTS CO. 
118 W. Mulberry St. Phone 734-2382 
Goldsboro North Carolina 



SMITTY'S DRIVE-IN 
AND TASTEE FREEZE 

"Good Food Is Our Business 
Service Is Our Pleasure" 
Highway 1 17 North 
Mount Olive North Carolina 



GRIFFIN'S BARBECUE 

"We Serve Parties Anywhere" 

Phone 735-4242 
P.O. Box 657 
806 S. George Street 




ROLLINS' APPLIANCE CENTER 

Westinghouse 
Sales Service 

Jimmy Rollins, Owner 
Goldsboro North Carolina 



Goldsboro 



North Carolina 




BAILEY' JEWELRY STORE 



Goldsboro 



North Carolina 



GEORGE W. AYCOCK&SONS, INC. 

P.O. Box 307 



GARNER BROTHERS' 
FRIGIDAIRE 
Sales and Service 
220 N. Center Street 
Mount Olive North Carolina 




Goldsboro, North Carolina 



RALPH UNDERWOOD'S GARAGE 

ignition . Starter . Generator 
Motor Tuneup . Expert Carburetor Repair 
Complete Motor Overhaul 
108 W. Ash Street Phone 734-0661 



THIGPEN -FICKEN 
INSURANCE AGENCY 

Complete Insurance Protection 
B.H. Ficken 
OL8-2088 



Goldsboro 



North Carolina 



85 Mount Olive 



North Carolina 



MUSIC & SPORTS 

"It Pays to Play" 
Pianos Musical Inst. 

Organs Sporting Goods 

Sheet Music T. V. 's & Steros 

Phone RE4-2871 
202-2-4 E. Walnut 
Goldsboro North Carolina 



JOHNSON COTTON COMPANY 

"Your Friendly Home and Farm Supplier" 

Phone 735-3021 
Goldsboro North Carolina 



DILLION SUPPLY COMPANY 

Industrial Machinery and Supplies 

Telephone RE5-2421 

P.O. Box 1008 
Goldsboro North Carolina 



BELK - TYLER'S 



Goldsboro 

"Your 
Home 
of 

Better Values! 




FARMERS FREEZER LOCKER 

Meat Curing & Processing 
Seed Cleaning 
Goldsboro North Carolina 



BILL PATTERSON FURNITURE CO. 
Furniture For Better Living 
Phone OL8-2322 
Mount Olive North Carolina 



Compliments of 
ALBERT'S SODA GRILL 
Mount Olive North Carolina 



WELLS INSURANCE AGENCY 

Complete Insurance Service 
J.R. Wells 
734-5959 735-6800 



2109 N. William St. 



Goldsboro 



North Carolina 



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Compliments of 
COLLEGE DRIVE-IN 
Mounf Olive North Carolina 



Bill Dempsey 
LANE BROTHERS' GARAGE 
Phone OL 8-2033 
Mount Olive North Carolina 



ETHEL'S 

LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S WEAR 



Mount Olive 



North Carolina 



JOHN PATTERSON FURNITURE CO. 

"Fine Furniture" 
Moderate Prices Easy Terms 

OL8-3158 
Mount Olive North Carolina 



TYNDALL FUNERAL HOME 

"Sympathetic Service" 
108 West Main Street 




Mount Olive 



North Carolina 



"if you're looking for a beauty salon 
that combines fashion knov/-how v/ith 
economy, please consider us." 

GRANTHAM BEAUTY SALON 

Phone 689-2107 
Route 1 

Goldsboro North Carolina 



Compliments of 

BOBBY REX KORNEGAY 

REGISTERED SURVEYOR 

RE5-5886 

217 E. Walnut Street 
Goldsboro North Carolina 



Compliments of 

NU-LIFE BATTERY AND PARTS CO. 

Snow Hill Highway 
Goldsboro North Carolina 



GENERATOR & STARTER SERVICE 

141 North Center Street 
Cars-Trucks-Tractors 
Goldsboro North Carolina 





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522 S. George Street 


Phone 535-6671 


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Goldsboro 


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^Iflemoriam 

No senior will forget his feelings as the news of this man's tragic death was flashed across the nation. History is 
made every day, but an event which causes facts of the past to becomeso alive cannot be fathomed by the imagination 
until they are a reality. Courage, strength, ambition, purpose, and love for his country were outstanding traits of this, 
our leader, who fell to the assassin's bullet on November 22, 1963. 

May we, as citizens who wish our nation to go forward, remember his words from the inaugural address. 
"Ask not what your country can do for you, but what you can do for your country. " 




The deep red roses drenched in 

Blood lie on the floor. 
The youthful, handsome face 

Will smile no more. 

The hearts of our country unite and 

Shriek forth a sorrowful cry as 
The flag draped caisson tugged by four 
Gray horses to Arlington clatter by. 

To heaven to rest in our Lord's arm 

I feel his soul took flight. 
But we need him on earth to lead 

Peace, the direction he thought right . 

I know in my heart that I should 

Question our Heavenly Father not! 
But my grief-stricken heart 

Does not understand His plot. 

Many dreams are smashed, like helpless' ships, 

Dashed against a rocky shore. 
My neighbor, build your dreams on the foundation 

Of his incomplete hopes. 

Make sure the block fit, and that they stand strong and tall. 

Make sure your temple does not cause 
The hope, faith, and love of other men 

To crumble and fall. 

Only long after the traces of the red fluids of life are gone, 
And the petals of the red roses are scattered by the winds, 

Will people stop— look about them, and then walk on, 
Realizing what is lost. 




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